Blog Archive

January 13, 2022

Pepón Osorio in Conversation with Nicole Fleetwood for MoMA

Author: Emily Herbein

Pepón Osorio, the Laura H. Carnell Professor of Community Art at Tyler School of Art and Architecture, was recently interviewed by artist and scholar Nicole Fleetwood in MoMA magazine. The two artists discuss MoMA’s acquisition of his installation, Badge of Honor, which explores the relationship between an incarcerated father and his teenage son left at home. Fleetwood curated a major exhibition, Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration, for MoMA that featured the works of artists in U.S. prisons and delved into similar themes as Osorio’s. The exhibition was open from September 2020-April 2021.  Read More

January 12, 2022

Dona Nelson Honored with the College Art Association's Distinguished Teaching Award

Author: Emily Herbein

Tyler Professor in Painting Dona Nelson, having presented 20 solo shows over the span of her career, is best known and respected for her use of unorthodox materials, processes, and forms in her immersive and gestural paintings. Nelson has been a respected educator and mentor as well, and was honored with the College Art Association’s Distinguished Teaching of Art Award last year.   Read More